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May 9, 2002:  Leinster claimed the Guinness interprovincial title on Wednesday with a 49-20 victory over Connacht
May 9, 2002:  Wallaby lock Justin Harrison has been bracketed with David Pusey for Friday's must-win Super 12 clash against the Blues at Canberra Stadium
May 9, 2002:  The Crusaders have named a full-strength side as they chase a record 11 Super 12 preliminary round victories when they meet the Waratahs in Christchurch on Saturday
May 9, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Christchurch - Saturday - 17:35 AEST HEAD TO HEAD: Crusaders 4 Waratahs 2 COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Waratahs 25-22 WALKING WOUNDED Winger Marika Vunibaka (foot), centre Mark Robinson (ribs) and No.8 Sam Broomhall (shoulder) are
May 9, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Carisbrook - Saturday - 15:35 AEST HEAD TO HEAD: Highlanders 4 Reds 2 COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Reds 33-22 WALKING WOUNDED Highlanders flyhalf Tony Brown remains in serious doubt with a hamstring problem sustained against the
May 9, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Canberra Stadium - Friday - 19:35 AEST HEAD TO HEAD: Brumbies 3 Blues 4 COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Brumbies 35-7 WALKING WOUNDED The Brumbies suffered more injury problems against the Chiefs with No.8 Peter Ryan sustaining a
May 9, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Waikato - Friday - 17:35 AEST HEAD TO HEAD: Chiefs 3 Hurricanes 3 COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Chiefs 51-27 WALKING WOUNDED The Chiefs have few problems, with only halfback Danny Lee (hip) the biggest concern
May 9, 2002:  With just two postponed regular season games to be made up this weekend, the USA Rugby Super League post season scenarios are pretty well set
May 8, 2002:  London Irish's Justin Bishop was a notable inclusion in the 37-man Ireland squad announced today for a four-day squad session, beginning in Limerick on Sunday
May 8, 2002:  Leeds director of rugby Phil Davies is not relying on any RFU decision to secure his side's Premiership survival and insists his side want to do it themselves
May 8, 2002:  New Italian rugby coach John Kirwan believes the Azzurri can turnaround their recent run of poor form in the Six Nations and win the Championship within five years
May 8, 2002:  Newport can still take the Welsh-Scottish League title for the first time - but they made desperately hard work of beating a well-below strength Pontypridd team 34-23 on Wednesday
May 8, 2002:  Leeds crashed to a 35-20 defeat at the hands of Sale in their latest Premiership clash that keeps them rooted to the bottom of the Premiership but they look set to escape relegation altogether
May 8, 2002:  Newcastle's dynamic backs boosted the Falcons' hopes of automatic European qualification, running in three tries as London Irish continued their recent run of poor form going down 33-28
May 8, 2002:  Northampton moved into the Premiership's top six, keeping alive their outside chance of Heineken Cup qualification, by beating Bristol 37-37 at the Memorial Stadium
May 8, 2002:  Scotland coach Ian McGeechan has named five newcomers in a 38-strong Scotland squad ahead of their clash with the Barbarians on June 1
May 8, 2002:  Joel Jutge, who will referee the Heineken Cup final, called his appointment "a great joy and honour, an immense delight." The 36-year-old from Cahors, who took charge of his first Six Nations Championship match when he was in charge of Wales' clash
May 8, 2002:  Ulster coach Alan Solomons promises Munster "we wont be doing you any favours on Friday night when we play you at Ravenhill in the Interprovincial Championship - we desperately want to win the game." The clash of the 1999 Heineken Cup champions and
May 8, 2002:  The toss of a coin could set the tone for the Heineken Cup final at the Millennium Stadium on 25 May - and it will not be the toss for choice of ends or kick-off
May 8, 2002:  Toulouse have qualified for the 2002/2003 Heineken Cup - the only club who will have competed in all eight of European club rugby's premier tournament
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